German luxury car brand BMW has upped its investment in the Formula E motor racing series to promote the BMW i range of hybrid and electric cars and claim a leadership position in the fast-growing e-mobility sector.
German luxury car brand BMW has signed a multi-year extension to remain Official Vehicle Partner of the Formula E race series as it continues to press its claim as a leader in the electric mobility sector.
Allianz has add the Formula E Championship to its new portfolio of digital sports sponsorships, which includes Drone Racing League and Roborace, the world’s first driverless electric race series.
Consumer electronics company Panasonic’s existing retail supplier arrangement with carmaker Jaguar Land Rover proved key to its title sponsorship deal with the new Jaguar Formula E team.
This summer logistics company DHL renewed a second-tier deal with English Premier League champions Leicester City and added a second-tier agreement with German Bundesliga 2 football club Bochum as the company continues to benefit from its Partner Program, an online portal that supports regional teams when selecting and activating sponsorships.
There will be no material change to UK insurance group Amlin’s five-year Formula E team title contract with Andretti Autosport team next season, despite the brand’s acquisition by Japanese insurer Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance (MSI) mid-way through the 2015-16 Formula E season.